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    Programs that provide a graded system of learning in a formal school setting from grades nine or 10 through 12 for adolescents who usually range in age from 13 or 14 to 18. High schools provide formal instruction for students who want to prepare themselves for further education at the college/university level as well as those who prefer to seek employment immediately after high school graduation. The curriculum for students who are planning to terminate their formal education focuses on vocational preparation whereas that for college/university-bound students focuses on providing the required number of hours of instruction in targeted subjects to enable them to meet college/university entrance requirements.

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    Allentown School DistrictSchool district provides education to students grades K-12 in the city of Allentown. Kindergarten registration: May 1, 2017-May 19, 2017 Click here for Kindergarten Registration date information for each school. Click here for Kindergarten Registration Packet. Must call neighborhood school to make an appointment. Documentation Requirements: - Proof of birth, - Proof of residency - Proof of immunizations with dates - Proof of Physical examination within the past year LehighAllentown School DistrictAllentown School District
    Archbishop John Carroll High School - AcademicsArchbishop John Carroll High School is a Catholic secondary school striving to instill in attending students the lifelong necessity of personal faith, scholastic achievement, and social involvement. Committed to the academic achievement of all our students, Carroll's course offerings represent primarily a college preparatory curriculum along with a wide range of Advanced Placement and Honors level courses to qualified students. 98% of Carroll's students go on to college, with a vast majority opting for a four year college of the student's choice.DelawareArchbishop John Carroll High School - Delaware; RadnorArchbishop John Carroll High School
    Bangor Area School DistrictSchool district NorthamptonBangor Area School DistrictBangor Area School District
    Berks County Non-Public SchoolsAlvernia Montessori School 211 Grace Street Reading, PA 19611 610-396-0882 Berks Catholic High School 955 East Wyomissing Boulevard Reading, PA 19611 610-374-8361 Berks Christian School 926 Philadelphia Avenue Birdsboro, PA 19508 610-582-1000 Bethel Blue Mountain View School 160 Salem Road Bethel, PA 19507 717-821-6650 Bethel Dunkard Brethren School 5450 Four Point Road Bethel, PA 19507 717-933-5510 Blue Mountain Academy 2363 Mountain Road Hamburg, PA 19526 610-562-2291 Blue Mountain Seventh-Day Adventist Elementary School 45 Woodland Terrace Hamburg, PA 19526 610-562-5052 Brandywine Special Ed School 2080 Cambridge Road Honey Brook, PA 19344 Brookside Montessori- Bechtelsville 1075 Route 100 Bechtelsvile, PA 19505 610-473-0408 Cabrini Early Childhood Center 240 Franklin Street Reading, PA 19602 610-374-8483 Callowhill North Nursery School 2521 River Road Reading, PA 19605 610-921-3130 Children's Home of Reading Day Academy 1010 Centre Avenue Reading, PA 19601 610-478-8266 Cornell Abraxas 1000 Academy Drive Morgantown, PA 19543 610-913-8000 Dalet School 190 Frantz Road Bethel, PA 19507 717-933-4518 Fairview Amish School 630 White School Road Honey Brook, PA 19433 Fairview Christian School 410 South 14th Street Reading, PA 19602 610-372-8826 Fleetwood Christian Day School 1083 Richmond Road Fleetwood, PA 19522 610-944-7555 Flying Hills Preschool 11 Village Center Drive Reading, PA 19607 610-775-4066 Gateway Christian School 245 Fredericksville Road Mertztown, PA 19539 610-682-2748 Goddard School 2201 Valley Road Morgantown, PA 19543 610-286-3300 Happy Heart Early Learning Center 1445 East Main Street Douglasville, PA 19518 610-385-3733 Hidden Valley Mennonite School 132 High Road Kutztown, PA 19530 610-683-5970 High Point Baptist Academy 200 Chapel Road Geigertown, PA 19523 610-286-5942 Hildebrandt Center 3040 Kutztown Road Reading, PA 19605 610-921-9324 Hildebrandt Learning Center 2390 Bernville Road Reading, PA 19605 610-378-2484 His Kids Academy 201 Noble Street Reading, PA 19611 610-372-1962 Holy Guardian Angels Regional School 3125 Kutztown Road Reading, PA 19605 610-929-4124 Homestead Amish School 284 Walnut Road Honey Brook, PA 19344 717-687-8889 Honey Brook Early Learning Center 1099 Maple Street Honey Brook, PA 19344 610-273-2463 Honey Brook Mennonite SChool 733 Welsh Road Honey Brook, PA 19344 610-273-2439 Immaculate Conception Academy 903 Chestnut Street Douglassville, PA 19518 610-404-8645 Jesse R. Wagner School 742 Douglass Drive Pine Forge, PA 19548 610-323-0340 Jewish Community Center Nursery School 1700 City Line Avenue Reading, PA 19604 610-921-0624 John Paul II Center for Special Learning 1092 Welsh Road Shillington, PA 19607 610-777-0605 Kempton New Church School 583 Hawk Mountain Road Kempton, PA 19529 610-756-6140 Kidspeace National Centers 704 Hay Road Temple, PA 19560 610-939-1900 KinderCare Learning Center 2322 90 George Street Reading, PA 19605 610-921-1414 KinderCare Learning Center 377 865 Berkshire Boulevard Wyomissing, PA 19610 610-376-6152 LaSale Academy 440 Holland Street Shillington, PA 19607 610-777-7392 Lebanon Valley Christian School 7821 Lancaster Avenue Myerstown, PA 17067 717-933-5171 Lighthouse Christian Academy 5 Penn Street Box 287 Kutztown, PA 19536 610-682-2109 Live and Learn Smile Center, Inc. 326 West Main Street Birdsboro, PA 19508 610-582-2755 Milestone Achievement Center 345 North Wyomissing Boulevard Wyomissing, PA 19610 610-376-1663 Montessori County Day School 53 Vermont Road Sinking Spring, PA 19608 610-914-4538 Mount Pleasant Amish School 490 Mount Pleasant Road Honey Brook, PA 19344 610-273-7540 New Story 1300 New Holland Road Reading, PA 19607 610-750-8350 North Marion Parochial School 1145 School Road Womelsdorf, PA 19567 717-933-4728 Northwestern Human Services 641 Gregg Avenue Reading, PA 19611 610-208-0466 Oak Haven Mennonite School RR 4 Oak Haven Road Fleetwood, PA 19522 610-682-6141 Opportunities School 700 Lancaster Avenue, Suite 2 Reading, PA 19607 610-898-9110 Pied Piper Nursery and Kindergarten 640 Centre Avenue Reading, PA 19601 610-376-3338 Pin Oak School 1225 Beaver Dam Road Honey Brook, PA 19344 610-273-9281 Pine Forge Academy 361 Pine Forge Road Pine Forge, PA 19548 610-326-5800 Pleasant Hills Mennonite School RR2 Kutztown, PA 19530 610-641-9168 Reading Seventh-Day Adventist Junior Academy 309 Kenhorst Boulevard Reading, Pa 19607 610-777-8424 Rehrersburg Christian School 61 Strausstown Road Bethel, PA 19507 717-933-0151 Sacred Heart School 701 Franklin Street West Reading, PA 19611 610-373-3316 Saint Catharine of Siena School 2330 Perkiomen Avenue Reading, PA 19606 610-779-5810 Saint Francis Academy 668 Pine Street Bally, PA 19503 610-845-7364 Saint Ignatius Loyola School 2700 Saint Albans Drive West Lawn, PA 19609 610-678-0111 Saint Margaret's School 233 Spring Street Reading, PA 19601 610-375-1882 Saint Peter's School 225 South Fifth Street Reading, PA 19602 610-374-2447 Shady Grove Amish School 3380 Horseshoe Pike Honey Brook, PA 19344 610-273-2907 St. Paul's United Church of Christ 5 West Arch Street Fleetwood, PA 19522 610-944-5808 Summer Mountain School Seigfried Road and New Schaeffertown Road Bernville, PA 19506 610-488-0926 Sunny Meadow Mennonite School 760 Kohler Road Merztown, PA 19539 610-666-6666 The King's Academy 1562 Main Street Mohrsville, PA 19541 610-929-9639 The Yocum Institute for Arts Education 1100 Belmont Avenue Wyomissing, PA 19610 610-376-1576 Tiny Treasures Nursery School 1651 New Holland Road Reading, PA 19607 610-777-2789 Triple Springs Amish Parochial 509 Wolebar Road Myerstown, PA 17067 Trostles Hill School 124 East Bowmansville Road Mohnton, PA 19540 717-445-4367 Two Log Amish School 2060 Beaver Dam Road Honey Brook, PA 19344 610-273-7371 Wayside Christian School 911 Sweinhart Road Boyertown, PA 19512 610-367-7995 West Brandywine School 800 Mt. Pleasant Road Honey Brook, PA 19344 610-273-3538 White Oak Ridge School 1307 Richmond Road Fleetwood, PA 19522 Willow Creek Mennonite School 1050 Richmond Road Fleetwood, PA 19522 610-682-6186 Winston Hall 2249 Fairview Avenue Reading, PA 19606 610-779-1363BerksBerks County SchoolsBerks County Schools
    Berks County Public SchoolsThe following are the administrative offices of each school district. Antietam School District 100 Antietam Road Stony Creek Mills Reading, PA 19606 610-779-0554 Berks Career and Technology Center 1057 County Road Leesport, PA 19533 610-374-4073 Boyertown Area School District 911 Montgomery Avenue Boyertown, PA 19512 610-367-6031 Brandywine Heights Area School District 200 West Weis Street Topton, PA 19562 610-682-5100 Conrad Weiser Area School District 44 Big Spring Road Robesonia, PA 19551 610-693-8545 Daniel Boone Area School District Matthew Brooke Building Suite 200 321 North Furnace Road PO Box 490 Birdsboro, PA 19508 610-582-6140 Exeter Township School District 3650 Perkiomen Avenue Reading, PA 19606 610-779-0700 Fleetwood Area School District 801 North Richmond Street Fleetwood, PA 19522 610-944-8111 Governor Mifflin School District 10 South Waverly Street Shillington, PA 19607 610-775-1461 Hamburg Area School District Windsor Street Hamburg, PA 19526 610-562-2241 Kutztown Area School District 251 Long Lane Kutztown, PA 19530 610-683-7361 Muhlenberg School District 801 Bellevue Avenue Laureldale, PA 19605 610-921-8000 Oley Valley School District 17 Jefferson Street Oley, PA 19547 610-987-4100 Reading-Muhlenberg Career and Technology Center 2615 Warren Road Reading, PA 19604 610-921-7300 Reading School District 800 Washington Street Reading, PA 19601 610-371-5612 Schuylkill Valley School District 929 Lakeshore Drive Leesport, PA 19533 610-916-0957 Tulpehocken Area School District 27 Rehrersburg Road Bethel, PA 19507 717-933-4611 Twin Valley School District 4851 North Twin Valley Road Elverson, PA 19520 610-286-8652 Upper Perkiomen School District Education Center 2229 East Buck Road Pennsburg, PA 18073 215-679-7961 Wilson School District 2601 Grandview Boulevard West Lawn, PA 19609 610-670-0180 Wyomissing Area School District 630 Evans Avenue Wyomissing, PA 19610 610-374-0739BerksBerks County SchoolsBerks County Schools
    Bethlehem Area School DistrictSchool district Kindergarten Registration: - Opens Monday January 6, 2020 - Click here for more Kindergarten information - Click here to find your neighborhood School - Any additional questions: Contact Jodi Frankelli at 610-831-0500 x60228 or jfrankelli@basdschools.org Collects school supplies NorthamptonBethlehem Area School DistrictBethlehem Area School District
    Blue Ridge School DistrictThe Blue Ridge School District is a small, rural, public school district located in Susquehanna County in northeastern Pennsylvania. It serves the boroughs of Great Bend, Hallstead and New Milford and Great Bend Township, Jackson Township and New Milford Township. The district encompasses approximately 100 square miles (260 km2). Facilities include: Blue Ridge Elementary School - 570-465-3141 Blue Ridge Midlle/High School - 570-465-3141SusquehannaBlue Ridge School DistrictBlue Ridge School District
    Catasauqua School DistrictSchool District grades K-12, serves Catasauqua and Hanover Township in Lehigh County and North Catasauqua in Northampton County. LehighCatasauqua School DistrictCatasauqua Area School District
    Charter High School for Architecture and Design - Academic ProgramCHAD teachers strive to create dynamic, student-centered classrooms in which democratic principles thrive. Our fluid curriculum is authentic: it reflects the real world, responds to our students’ interests and lives, and prepares them to be active, life-long learners. Our teaching is shaped by varied and valid assessments. We ask students to transform problems into possibilities. Assessments are used to inform student self-reflection and teacher instruction. Through differentiated instruction, each child is both nurtured and challenged to continually reach for and expand his or her own potential. We enrich students’ intellectual growth through process and skill-oriented learning. Students are asked to be accountable for the quality and integrity of their academic endeavors. We demand active participation, clear expression, sophisticated thinking, and high-level work from the members of our community.PhiladelphiaCharter High School for Architecture and Design - Philadelphia; Center City EastCharter High School for Architecture and Design
    Christopher Columbus Charter SchoolThe Christopher Columbus Charter School (CCCS) provides students in grade K-8 with a content-rich, academically rigorous Core Knowledge education with a well-defined, sequential curriculum in a safe, orderly, disciplined and caring environment. CCCS students will learn to express themselves in at least one international language, and will utilize computer technology to support learning in all major subjects and to become literate in the technologies of the 21st Century.PhiladelphiaChristopher Columbus Charter School - Philadelphia; Bella VistaChristopher Columbus Charter School
    Christopher Columbus Charter School - SouthThe Christopher Columbus Charter School (CCCS) provides students in grade K-8 with a content-rich, academically rigorous Core Knowledge education with a well-defined, sequential curriculum in a safe, orderly, disciplined and caring environment. CCCS students will learn to express themselves in at least one international language, and will utilize computer technology to support learning in all major subjects and to become literate in the technologies of the 21st Century.PhiladelphiaChristopher Columbus Charter School-South BuildingChristopher Columbus Charter School
    Community Academy of PhiladelphiaUpper School - Grades 9 thru 12 CAP's Upper School is a college preparatory program with Middle States Accreditation. Students from Philadelphia are pushed to excel academically in math, science and literature. Our students take courses like AP Biology, AP Calculus, and AP English. Forty percent of the Upper School students take Honors courses. Students begin freshmen year with a math curriculum that combines Algebra and Geometry and by the senior year some students finish with pre-Calculus while the others will take the AP Calculus exam for college credit. CAP's science program is rigorous and we educate students in Biology, Chemistry, Anatomy and Physiology, Physics and Environmental Science. The language program includes Latin and Spanish. Our English courses are well rounded with courses ranging from American Literature to World Literature. Our Writing program is extensive and students score proficient and advanced on the Writing section of the PSSA. Research papers are a major focus of the entire curriculum. Poetry writing is the focus of the Creative Writing course. Students that find they love writing are involved with the Poetry Café and the literary magazine, the Promethean Reader.One of the goals of the mission of CAP is to teach students that learning does not end in the classroom. Through the yearly overseas trip and our connection with North Carolina Outward Bound, students are able to learn from doing and experiencing. CAP has many extracurriculars that also show and guide students to learn outside of the curriculum. CAP is a member of the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association (PIAA). We have an array of varsity and junior varsity sports like volleyball, basketball, soccer, softball, and baseball. Middle School - Grades 5 thru 8 CAP Middle School students come from many backgrounds and families, but all the CAP families are looking for that special school that fits. CAP strives to respond to students whose needs have not been met by large public schools that lack important student support services and enrichment activities. Lower School - Grades K thru 4 CAP's Lower School serves Early Childhood and Elementary age students up to 4th grade. The Lower School is Accredited by the Middle States Association and our curriculum offers the students a solid education not only on the basic skills of Reading, Math, Science, and Social Studies, but in the Arts, Music, and Physical Education as well. Coming from different backgrounds and families, our students receive their education in an environment that is safe and conducive to learning. In addition, our students receive services from very well staffed Special Education and Emotional Support Departments as needed.PhiladelphiaCommunity Academy of Philadelphia-Charter School - Philadelphia; JuniataCommunity Academy of Philadelphia-Charter School
    Council for the Advancement of Public Schools - Education AdvocacyQuality public education is a national promise that educators in our community are dedicated to fulfilling. Every day they deliver superior academic and extracurricular experiences to our children. How? Pennsylvania's program of teacher education and certification is one of the most challenging in the nation. That translates to solid educational and enrichment programs for students at all levels. Whether in academics, athletics, creative and performing arts or in the vocational technical area, Bucks and Montgomery counties' students are recognized at the regional, state and national level. Historically, the majority of Pennsylvania's Blue Ribbon Schools have been located in Bucks and Montgomery counties. You are a part of our schools' continued success.MontgomeryCouncil for the Advancement of Public Schools - Montgomery; MontgomeryvilleCouncil for the Advancement of Public Schools
    Dallastown Area School DistrictProvides K through 12 public education to the Dallastown Area.YorkDallastown Area School DistrictDallastown Area School District
    Dover Area School DistrictProvides K through 12 public education to the Dallastown Area.YorkDover Area School DistrictDover Area School District
    Easton Area School DistrictSchool district Kindergarten Registration: - Register at the building where child will attend - Click here for more Kindergarten information - Click here to find your neighborhood school - Any additional questions: Contact 610-250-2400 x35097 or 35099 for more information Kindergarten Registration Tracy Elementary 610-250-2556 Paxinosa Elementary 610-250-2551 Forks Elementary 610-250-2536 March Elementary 610-250-2531 Cheston Elementary 610-250-2542 Shawnee Elementary 610-829-5712 Palmer Elementary 610-250-2521 Student health services School supplies Spanish faculty/staff Family Connections ProgramNorthamptonEaston Area School DistrictEaston Area School District
    East Penn School DistrictSchool district serving students in K-12 LehighEast Penn School DistrictEast Penn School District
    Elk Lake School DistrictPublic school district located in Dimock, Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania. It covers Auburn Township, Middletown Township, Rush Township, Dimock Township, and Springville Township in Susquehanna County, along with Meshoppen Borough and Meshoppen Township in Wyoming County. Facilities include: Elk Lake Jr. Sr. High School - 570-278-1106 Ext. 750 Elk Lake Elementary School - 570-278-1106 Ext. 732 Susquehanna County Career & Technology Ctr. - 570-278-9229SusquehannaElk Lake School DistrictElk Lake School District
    Forest City Regional School DistrictPublic school district in Lackawanna, Susquehanna, and Wayne Counties in Pennsylvania. The school district covers part of Mount Pleasant Township & Clinton Township in Wayne County, Herrick Township, Union Dale Borough & Forest City Boroughs in Susquehanna County and Vandling Borough in Lackawanna County. Elementary School: 570- 785-2410 High School: 570-785-2400 SusquehannaForest City Regional School DistrictForest City Regional School District
    Girard College - College Prep Boarding SchoolGirard College is a College boarding school for Grades 1-12 serving children from economically disadvantaged homes with one or no parent (Children who live with grandparents, relatives, foster parents or guardian are also eligible).PhiladelphiaGirard College - Philadelphia; North PhiladelphiaGirard College
    Hanover Public School DistrictProvides K through 12 public education to the Hanover Area.YorkHanover Public School DistrictHanover Public School District
    Homewood-Brushton - Westinghouse High SchoolA community-based center, the goal of which is to promote positive and healthy child and youth development, and to provide parenting skills and opportunities for economic and social self-sufficiency.AlleghenyUniversity of Pittsburgh Office of Child DevelopmentUniversity of Pittsburgh Office of Child Development
    Hope Partnership for Education - High School Support ProgramOur High School Support Program focuses on successfully transitioning students into quality high schools which meet their potential. It offers assistance in choosing and being accepted into high school, academic and social support for students throughout their high school years and aid in choosing, applying for and meeting the requirements for college acceptance or successful entrance into the world of work. PhiladelphiaHope Partnership for Education - Philadelphia; North PhiladelphiaHope Partnership for Education
    Jim Thorpe Area School DistrictSchool district CarbonJim Thorpe Area School DistrictJim Thorpe Area School District
    John Paul II Center for Special LearningProvides a comprehensive educational, spiritual, and social program for children and young adults ages 3-21 years with intellectual and developmental disabilitiesBerksJohn Paul II Center for Special LearningJohn Paul II Center for Special Learning
    Lancaster County AcademyA public school located at Park City Mall for ages 16 or older. The school provides the opportunity for students to earn a high school diploma, to acquire employability skills and to develop social responsibility. Students complete courses they need for graduation at an individual pace. Requires a School-to-Work and service learning experience for graduation. A student will spend between 60-100 hours outside the classroom in work-based learning situations. Students receive a High School Diploma, not a GED, upon graduation. The participating school districts include Columbia Borough, Conestoga Valley, Donegal, Solanco, Penn Manor, Manheim Central, Manheim Township, Elizabethtown, Lampeter Strasburg, Pequea Valley and Warwick.LancasterLancaster County AcademyLancaster County Academy
    Lancaster County School DistrictsLancaster County School Districts Cocalico South Fourth Street PO Box 800 Denver, PA 17517 717-336-1413 www.cocalico.org Columbia Borough 200 North Fifth Street Columbia, PA 17512-1307 717-684-2283 www.columbia.k12.pa.us 717-681-2602 Kindergarten Registration Register for Kindergarten Conestoga Valley 2110 Horseshoe Road Lancaster, PA 17601 717-397-2421 www.cvsd.k12.pa.us 717.397.2421 Kindergarten Registration Register for Kindergarten Donegal 1051 Koser Rd Mount Joy, PA 17552-0304 717-653-1447 www.donegal.k12.pa.us 717-492-1338 Kindergarten Registration Register for Kindergarten Eastern Lancaster County 669 E Main Street New Holland, PA 17557 717-354-1500 www.elanco.org 717-354-1552 Kindergarten Registration Register for Kindergarten Elizabethtown 600 East High Street Elizabethtown, PA 17022 717-367-1521 www.etownschools.org 717-361-4893 Kindergarten Registration Register for Kindergarten Ephrata 803 Oak Boulevard Ephrata, PA 17522-1998 717-721-1513 www.easdpa.org Hempfield 200 Church Street Landisville, PA 17538 717-898-5560 www.hempfieldsd.org 717-459-9009 Kindergarten Registration Register for Kindergarten Lampeter/Strasburg 1600 Book Rd, Box 428 Lampeter, PA 17537 717-464-3311 www.l-spioneers.org 717-464-3311 ext1027 Kindergarten Registration Register for Kindergarten School District of Lancaster 251 South Prince Street Lancaster, PA 17603 717-299-2700 www.lancaster.k12.pa.us 717-291-6140 Kindergarten Registration Register for Kindergarten Manheim Central 281 White Oak Road Manheim, PA 17545 717-665-8540 www.manheimcentral.org 717-664-8520 Kindergarten Registration Register for Kindergarten Manheim Township 450A Candlewyck Road Lancaster, PA 17601 717-569-8231 www.mtwp.net 717-569-8231 Kindergarten Registration Register for Kindergarten Penn Manor PO Box 1001 Millersville, PA 17551-0301 717-872-9500 www.pennmanor.net 717-872-9550 Kindergarten Registration Register for Kindergarten Pequea Valley PO Box 130 Kinzers, PA 17535 717-768-5530 www.pvsd.k12.pa.us 717-768-5510 ext5258 Kindergarten Registration Register for Kindergarten Solanco 121 South Hess Street Quarryville, PA 17566 717-786-8401 www.solancosd.org 717-786-0517 or 717-786-5621 Kindergarten Registration Register for Kindergarten Warwick 301 W. Orange Street Lititz, PA 17543 717-626-3734 www.warwicksd.org 717-626-3734 ext3709 Kindergarten Registration Register for Kindergarten Working Papers: Any student 14-17 years old , prior to high school graduation, must have working papers for employment. Applications are taken at school district administration offices. The student does not have to be present to obtain the papers, parents can fill out the paperwork. To obtain working papers, a copy of the student's birth certificate must be taken to the school administration office. Call local school district for information on location and office hours. Summer Enrichment (Vacation Education): Some schools in the County offer non-credit enrichment courses over the summer break. These courses are designed to broaden the students experiences, keep minds and imaginations active, and offer peer interaction. Subjects that may be offered include: computers, cartooning, music, babysitting, chess, foreign languages, photography, etc. Some schools offer school social worker services. Service may include: - providing group or individual counseling for the student and family - working with problems in the student's living environment (home, school and community) that are affecting the student's functioning in school - consulting with staff regarding enhancement of the educational program for a particular student LancasterLancaster County School DistrictsLancaster County School Districts
    Lower Merion Township - AcademicsAcademics provide an education rooted in a balanced curriculum that encompasses knowledge, skills, application, real world experiences, and critical reflection. The program incorporates rigorous national and state standards and use innovative instructional practices to provide each student with a unique, individualized learning experience.MontgomeryLower Merion School DistrictLower Merion Township
    Mastery Charter Schools - Harrity Elementary CampusGrades K-8PhiladelphiaHarrity Elementary Campus (Mastery Charter Schools)Mastery Charter Schools
    Mastery Charter Schools - Lenfest CampusGrades 7-12PhiladelphiaLenfest Campus (Mastery Charter Schools)Mastery Charter Schools
    Mastery Charter Schools - Mann Elementary CampusGrades K-6PhiladelphiaMann Elementary Campus (Mastery Charter Schools)Mastery Charter Schools
    Mastery Charter Schools - Pickett CampusGrades 6-12PhiladelphiaMastery Charter Schools Pickett Campus - Philadelphia; GermantownMastery Charter Schools
    Mastery Charter Schools - Shoemaker CampusGrades 7-12PhiladelphiaShoemaker Campus (Mastery Charter Schools)Mastery Charter Schools
    Mastery Charter Schools - Smedley Elementary CampusK-6PhiladelphiaSmedley Elementary Campus (Mastery Charter Schools)Mastery Charter Schools
    Mastery Charter Schools - Thomas CampusGrades 7-12PhiladelphiaThomas Campus (Mastery Charter Schools)Mastery Charter Schools
    Montrose Area School DistrictPublic school district located in northeastern Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania. It serves the following municipalities: Montrose, Bridgewater Township, Franklin Township, Liberty Township, Jessup Township, Forest Lake Township, Silver Lake Township, Little Meadows, Choconut Township, Friendsville, and Middletown Township. Junior and Senior High School: 570-278-3731 Lathrop Street Elementary: 570-278-3731 Choconut Valley Elementary: 570-278-7300SusquehannaMontrose Area School DistrictMontrose Area School District
    Mountain View School DistrictPublic school district located in Kingsley, Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania. It covers Clifford Township, Lenox Township, Lathrop Township, Gibson Township, Harford Township and Brooklyn Township. Facilities include: Mountain View Elementary School - 570-434-2181 Mountain View Jr/Sr High School - 570-434-2181SusquehannaMountain View School DistrictMountain View School District
    Nazareth Area School DistrictSchool district NorthamptonNazareth Area School DistrictNazareth Area School District
    Northampton Area School DistrictSchool district NorthamptonNorthampton Area School DistrictNorthampton Area School District
    Northeastern School DistrictProvides K through 12 public education to the Northeastern York Area.YorkNortheastern School DistrictNortheastern School District
    Northern Lehigh School DistrictSchool district for children in k-12. LehighNorthern Lehigh School DistrictNorthern Lehigh School District
    Northwestern Lehigh School DistrictSchool district LehighNorthwestern Lehigh School DistrictNorthwestern Lehigh School District
    Palmerton Area School DistrictSchool districtCarbonPalmerton Area School DistrictPalmerton Area School District
    Parkland School DistrictSchool district LehighParkland School DistrictParkland School District
    Pen Argyl Area School DistrictSchool district providing K-12 education for students in Pen Argyl, Wind Gap and Plainfield. NorthamptonPen Argyl Area School DistrictPen Argyl Area School District
    Pennsylvania Virtual Charter SchoolPAVCS uses a comprehensive curriculum supplied by K12® Inc. Developed by a team of leading experts, ranging from Nobel laureates to veteran public and private school teachers, the K12 curriculum is known as one of the most researched and effective learning programs in the nation. The education experts who developed PAVCS’ curriculum identified four basic approaches that optimize educational success and built them into our program. PAVCS also provides a comprehensive Foreign Language course, provided by Power-Glide® language programs, for qualifying students in grades kindergarten to 12th grade. This program emphasizes the development of vocabulary and sentence structure. French, Latin, Spanish and German are available for study at PAVCS. Provide Rich Content and Solid Skills instruction K12’s® curriculum is based on traditional core subject matter that allows students to learn continuously, from the earliest years through high school. Study Island, a state assessment preparation program is provided for all PAVCS students in grades 2-8. This standards based interactive program assists students in developing strong test taking skills and practice in the areas of math and reading. Employ Varied Learning Approaches Our lessons offer many ways to get all students actively engaged in their learning: reading, writing, calculating, speaking, listening, acting, drawing, painting, and more. Use Technology Wisely Your child’s day is balanced between online learning and other approaches. We use technology only when it is the most effective means of learning and discovery. Always Improve PAVCS uses the input of parents and our teachers to continually enrich and enhance the curriculum over time. This ensures that your children will always get the highest quality home-based education available. MontgomeryPennsylvania Virtual Charter School - Montgomery; King of PrussiaPennsylvania Virtual Charter School
    Red Lion Area School DistrictProvides K through 12 public education to the Red Lion Area.YorkRed Lion Area School DistrictRed Lion Area School District
    Salisbury Township School DistrictPublic school district providing a K-12 education. LehighSalisbury Township School DistrictSalisbury Township School District
    Saucon Valley School DistrictSchool district NorthamptonSaucon Valley School DistrictSaucon Valley School District
    Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education - Philadelphia EnvironthonThe Envirothon is an academically oriented program of study for high school students, focused on the environment, which culminates in a day of competition at The Schuylkill Center. Many high schools use the Envirothon as a focal point for an extracurricular club. Other high schools incorporate the five content areas of the Envirothon (Aquatic Ecology, Wildlife, Soils, Forestry and a yearly Current Issue) into an environmental science course. The Center receives generous funding from Rohm and Haas Company to support teams of students and their faculty advisors as they prepare for the Envirothon. The winner of the Philadelphia County Envirothon advances to the Pennsylvania Envirothon that is typically held in late May. The state-wide winners then move onto attend the North American Envirothon competition.PhiladelphiaSchuylkill Center for Environmental Education - Philadelphia; RoxboroughSchuylkill Center for Environmental Education
    South Eastern School DistrictProvides K through 12 public education to the South Eastern Area.YorkSouth Eastern School DistrictSouth Eastern School District
    Southern Lehigh School DistrictSchool district provides K-12 education LehighSouthern Lehigh School DistrictSouthern Lehigh School District
    South Western School DistrictProvides K through 12 public education to southwestern York County.YorkSouth Western School DistrictSouth Western School District
    Spring Grove Area School DistrictProvides K through 12 public education to the Spring Grove area of York County.YorkSpring Grove Area School DistrictSpring Grove Area School District
    Sunrise of Philadelphia - South Philadelphia High School - Philadelphia; South PhiladelphiaProviding supports that help youth stay on the path to graduation, while also planning for the future and building the skills needed to succeed in post-secondary endeavors. At South Philadelphia High School, Sunrise’s Teen Lounge and after school clubs balance high interest activities that allow students to discover areas of passion and exercise leadership with personal supports. Each summer, Sunrise also manages paid work experience and career readiness seminars that connect work and learning.PhiladelphiaSunrise of Philadelphia - Philadelphia; South Philadelphia High SchoolSunrise of Philadelphia
    Susquehanna Community School DistrictPublic school district located in Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania; covering the following municipalities: Susquehanna Depot Borough, Lanesboro Borough, Oakland Borough, Oakland Township, Ararat Township, Harmony Township, Thompson Borough and Thompson Township in Susquehanna County and Starucca Borough in Wayne County. Facilities include: Susquehanna Community Elementary School - 570-853-4921 Susquehanna Community Jr/Sr High School - 570-853-4921SusquehannaSusquehanna Community School DistrictSusquehanna Community School District
    Villa Maria AcademyVilla Maria Academy is a college preparatory school. The courses, therefore, are selected and arranged to equip the student with the knowledge and skills necessary to continue her education. That education may take several directions. To achieve the goal of providing a solid preparation for these varied directions, Villa Maria requires sequential programs in the six major areas of theology, English, mathematics, science, languages, and social studies. This basic program is supplemented by several minor courses offered throughout the four years. The curriculum at Villa Maria is a demanding one. The student is expected to pursue a course of study that will continually reinforce analytic problem solving skills and comprehension development. Thus, every course is taught at a college preparatory level challenging the student to work with increasing independence. Honors courses are taught at an accelerated pace to challenge the academically competent student who is able to pursue in-depth study and who is willing to spend extra time outside of class working independently.For those students ready - and able - to do college level work, advanced placement courses are provided.In order to fully benefit from these AP courses, the student is required to take responsibility for extensive reading and writing assignments as independent study. With the guidance of the Holy Spirit, the tireless efforts of a dedicated faculty, and the consistently effective study of the student, these years at Villa Maria afford an excellent opportunity to build a solid foundation for a successful college education and the attainment of life's goals.Chester*Main Site (Villa Maria Academy)Villa Maria Academy
    West Shore School DistrictProvides K through 12 public education to the West Shore School District.YorkWest Shore School DistrictWest Shore School District
    Whitehall-Coplay School DistrictSchool district providing education for students in kindergarten through 12th grade. LehighWhitehall-Coplay School DistrictWhitehall-Coplay School District
    Wilson Area School DistrictSchool district providing education for students in kindergarten through 12th grade. NorthamptonWilson Area School DistrictWilson Area School District
    World Affairs Council of Philadelphia - High School ProgramsStudents take part in a variety of foreign policy and international affairs-focused programs aimed at improving knowledge and providing opportunities to develop globally competitive skills in leadership, communication and critical thinking. PhiladelphiaThe World Affairs Council - Philadelphia; Center CityWorld Affairs Council of Philadelphia

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